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Net Zero VT is dedicated to advancing sustainable community downtown development, transforming transportation and energy systems to low carbon alternatives and raising public awareness about the importance of moving to a post-carbon future.
Go! Vermont is a resource and incentive-based statewide program for interested who chose to travel green and who want to reduce the cost and environmental impact of driving.
Old Spokes Home is a bike shop and nonprofit creating access to bikes and the opportunities they provide for our whole community. They work to get everyone, regardless of income, on a bike. They make bikes affordable so people can get to their jobs efficiently and conveniently, give kids bikes so they can grow up active on two wheels, teach youth to fix bikes at home and in their communities so they feel empowered, and train new mechanics so opportunities to build critical job skills are available to those that want them.
Sustainable Transportation Vermont wants to move the state toward a more sustainable transportation system–one that relies less on private vehicles, and more on walking, biking, and public transportation, in order to reduce the environmental, economic and social impacts of our travel. Their goal is to inform those making transportation and land use decisions–from public officials to citizens–on how they might support investments, programs and policies that favor non-motorized travel, transit, and compact, walkable communities.
350 Burlington is a group of activists who regularly meet to talk about Climate Justice and host events in the Burlington area to educate while standing up for Mother Earth.
The Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC) is one of 11 regional planning commissions in Vermont, and also serves the region as the sole Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) operating within Vermont. Based on the 2010 census, Chittenden County is home to approximately one-fourth of Vermont’s residents, making it the most populous county in the state.
The Sierra Club is the most enduring and influential grassroots environmental organization in the United States. We amplify the power of our 3.8 million members and supporters to defend everyone’s right to a healthy world.
Battle pollution through better transportation habits on your way to school, commute to work, or in your daily life.
The Chittenden Area TMA (CATMA) provides simple transportation solutions to improve your commute, support a healthy lifestyle and reduce congestion in your community!
VBike is a nonprofit organization dedicated to shifting the bike and bike culture in Vermont towards a far more inclusive, fun, and transportation-oriented future. Their main focus is to promote exciting innovations and solutions, including electric-assist technology and cargo bikes, which profoundly expand the range, carrying capacity (children and cargo), hill climbing ease, comfort and the overall utility of biking. They are also committed to making these options financially viable to as many Vermonters as is possible.
Vermont Clean Cities helps public and private fleets and consumers reduce their petroleum use and greenhouse gas emissions. We build partnerships with local and statewide organizations in the public and private sectors to adopt: